, a world lead, part two, of our look at a decade of drone strikes in pakistan, the relationship was a critical partner in the fight against terrorism. yesterday, we broke the news that former pakistani president pervez musharraf told cnn's senior international correspondent nic robertson that pakistan secretly signed off on u.s. drone strikes while he was in power. today, kninic looks at how the strikes are affecting civilians caught in the cross fire. >> reporter: as the debate in washington over drones remains mostly theoretical, here in pakistan, the impact of the drones is very real, killing not just terrorists, but women and children too, raising the possibility that the stealth weapons are creating a new generation of radicals. a few years ago, the taliban held sway here. we're in the valley, a few hours drive from pakistan's capital, and the army are taking us to see the next generation of jihadis. in this classroom, trained child suicide bombers and killers. boys as young as 8, all from poor families, all weaned on taliban propaganda, not about osama bin laden, but u.s.